The magnificent shortfin mako – a new perspective
The spectacularly beautiful shortfin mako shark is among the fastest fish in the world and is revered as one of the most exciting and most challenging of all gamefish. This species is now the subject of a wide range of studies as these sharks have recently become increasingly important to fisheries managers.
Kiwi swordfish on the rise
Terry Williams-King describes how New Zealand’s anglers have found spectacular success on swordfish by adopting daytime deep-drop techniques recently refined off Florida. These Kiwi results show the way for their Australian neighbors to prospect similarly productive grounds on their side of the Tasman.
Creatures of the deep
Fish Stories – Alleged and Experienced
Cape verde and the blue mindello moon
The Cape Verde islands are gaining a reputation as one of the world’s best hotspots for big blue marlin.
A Gamefishing year on the NSW south coast
Part 1: Autumn
Tap into world-class gamefishing all year round with local knowledge.
Dr Julian Pepperell delves into the blue of bluewater and the amazing colour adapatations evolved by many of the oceans inhabitants.
Big fish – Small boats
Expand your boundaries
Discover how to work with the variables to maximise your success in the next hot bite.
Part 15: The eyes have it!
Jim Rizzuto uncovers a lot of great arguments for and against the use of various ‘eyes’ on lures.
Smoke and Mirrors
The way it catches fish, you might consider this hefty lure the fat, smiling Buddha of good fortune.
Carolina style redefined?
Warren Steptoe explains how Hatteras has evolved the Carolina style in a slightly new direction with the recent release of the spectacularly good GT series.
The next level – sonar for advanced gamefish hunting
Once the sole domain of commercial trawlers, Bill Boyce details how the different types of scanning sonar can dramatically improve your fish-finding capabilities.
Hot Bites – Australasia
Hot Bites – International
IGFA Rule Book
A Site to See
On the Waterfront
Out of the Blue
Editorial – Simpson
The Billfish Foundation